This is the perfect time to dive into a little strategic planning and prioritizing with these 12 free double page bullet journal monthly spread planning pages.
Free printable holiday planner pages for moms and kids.
These free bullet journal printables make starting a bullet journal easy. Whether you’re a kid or a mom these bullet journal templates make planning for the future, making lists, and keeping memories more than just a straightforward task.
This personal planner for creatives is designed with the dreamer and the artist in mind. Typical daily planner and weekly planner pages as well as lots of space to record ideas, inspiration, projects, and reflections are included in these 10 free planner printables!
Are you a planner….
I’m a mental planner. As in I might or might not write anything down. Grocery lists, to do lists, blog ideas may or may not get written down. If they do make it to paper it’s likely on a wrinkled post-it note somewhere. It’s a system that has carried me through some busy years but I’m realizing that I actually like writing things down. It somehow makes me feel more accountable and, maybe, remember them. (That’s the point, right?)
The daily planner and weekly planner, of course…..
First, anyone can use these free planner printables- not just artists! These free planner printables are made for the creative mind. Of course the basics are covered. There are weekly planner, daily planner, and to-do lists included.
What makes these personal planner for creatives pages special….
There’s more! There are places to list projects, ideas, goals, materials- you know, the stuff of the creative mind! This is the stuff that’s exciting to write about and dream about.
Here’s the catch… I think everyone has some of that creative in them if they are brave enough to let it out! If you’re normally a right brain, Type A person challenge yourself with planning a creative project. Maybe you’re not quite ready for a project. That’s okay. Think about what inspires you. What do you love?
Take one step towards surrounding yourself with inspiration that makes you happy.
A personal planner might as well be pretty….
Doodling has been a favorite pastime since the hours of keeping myself awake during college lecture classes. Now I to doodle while I’m sitting at our “school table” and working with my kids. (Homeschool mom to four here!) Doodling has turned from Bic pen marks to using my precious brush markers and playing with lettering. If you’re looking for a tiny investment that makes you feel like a real artist these are it- so pretty!
Go beyond the daily planner and weekly planner pages! Dig in and enjoy list making, blog planning, keyword research, house project planning- it might as well be pretty enough to hang up and enjoy! Right?
Grab this free personal printable planner for creatives set now….
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Did you ever wonder how to make t-shirt yarn? Did you even know that was a “thing?” It is and it’s a super fun way to up-cycle a ratty t-shirt into cozy yarn perfect for crafting with.
Cook, wash, teach, taxi, host, clean up, aaaaand repeat. That sequence sums up the rhythm of most of my days. I’m a stay at home mom teaching our four kids at home. I certainly do not need one more thing added to my “to-do” list, right? So why in the world would I freak out and start a “mom blog?”
It all started with an innocent Pinterest board titled “Bunk Rooms.” We were in the process of taking our unfinished basement and making it about 50% finished. Thereby (good enough) for kid use. We have a fairly large home and we use every square inch. We love to entertain and host and our kids do the same.
Being number four in a family has positives and negatives. The positives are giant and everlasting. He has been surrounded by people that adore him since day one. He has three big siblings to play with, protect him, and indoctrinate him into all of their shenanigans. His parents are a bit wiser and a lot more tired so most of the small stuff slides.
The kids had decided it was too hot to play outside. So where did I go? Directly outside into the blazing afternoon sun. It may have been hot but it was quiet.